Mathematics in the Aerospace Industry, and other less interesting applications

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Time: 7:15pm

Please Note: The Branch AGM will take place at 7.15pm, with the talk beginning at 7:30pm

Nottingham Trent University (Clifton Campus)

CELS015 (CELS Building), Clifton Lane, Nottingham, NG11 8NS, UK

Organiser: Dr Stephen Hibberd

Organiser Email: stephenhibberdcotgrave@gmail.com

Thursday May 31, 2018 7:15pm Thursday May 31, 2018 7:15pm Europe/London Mathematics in the Aerospace Industry, and other less interesting applications Nottingham Trent University (Clifton Campus)CELS015 (CELS Building), Clifton LaneNottinghamNG11 8NSUK Mathematics in the Aerospace Industry, and other less interesting applications, a talk by Nicholas Brusby (Rolls-Royce) Abstract It is not always […] The Branch AGM will take place at 7.15pm, with the talk beginning at 7:30pm Event Link: https://ima.org.uk/9119/mathematics-in-the-aerospace-industry-and-other-less-interesting-applications/ Dr Stephen Hibberd stephenhibberdcotgrave@gmail.com

Mathematics in the Aerospace Industry, and other less interesting applications


Mathematics in the Aerospace Industry, and other less interesting applications, a talk by Nicholas Brusby (Rolls-Royce)

Abstract

It is not always clear what and where mathematics is used within different industry sectors.  This talk will provide some information about what opportunities there are in industry to use and develop mathematics and what fun and exciting applications exist.

The main part of the talk gives examples of what areas of mathematics are used and developed in Rolls-Royce plc and other companies / industry sectors along with selected applications.  The mathematics discussed includes: structural analysis and it’s applications in jet engine design, big data analysis, and medical developments.  Traditionally many of these applications either were not driven by mathematics or did not exist.  Examples of how mathematics is being developed across different industries will illustrate how the subject is helping drive them forward and improve our understanding of the fields.

Available routes into industry available to students and recent graduates will be presented.

No charge is made to attend meetings; non-IMA members are welcome.

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